New emerging technologies like Blockchain and Ethereum are bringing new ways of social organization being more than just a technological improvement.They drop the need of central authorities while automate governance processes for increasing quality of life and social justiceness. This book explains the future society that we can reach before we think.
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We are going to face a technological development never seen before. Biology, artificial intelligence, big data, nanotechnology and much more are going to revolutionize the way we live and also the way we think in shortly. To be ready for this revolution, humanity needs to get organized democratically assuring justice, equality, morality and a better quality of life day over day without hurting our natural environment. Embracing Agents is a way of building a new social ecosystem empowered by technology to reach the best and most advanced society. I am optimistic and I think we can get what we deserve. Join the revolution!About the Author:
Edgar García de Pereda was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1977.He got a bachelor's degree in Computer Science in the University. As a software engineer, he has being working for more than 15 years building information systems and solutions for increasing the performance of companies like Coca-Cola, Codere, BBVA, Vodafone, Repsol and many others.Edgar is a dispersed person intellectually who likes to think and have knowledge about many topics. Now, he is trying to amplify the spectrum of his thoughts by thinking that technology is something to serve the whole human being beyond limits and at a wider range, not just inside corporations. That is why he has started to do some research about sociology and design how could we be organized and interoperate to conform a bright new world. As a result, he wrote his first book "Embracing Agents" in 2016.
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